A key piece of any fantasy puzzle, the halfback can make or break your season. Look no further than South Sydney’s resident no.7.
A genuine fantasy gun, Adam Reynolds will be a pick first off the rank for many NRL Fantasy coaches. 2018 is looking like a year where Reynolds is really ready to shine in and become a dominant fantasy option.
Total 2017 Fantasy Points
Key 2017 stats
88.2% Goal conversion rate, 13 try assists
Where to begin? He has one of the best kicking games which is a high scoring area in fantasy, he can score a hand try or two. He sets up a few but his goal kicking really taking him another notch and he’s even a handy defender.
On paper, Reynolds is arguably the best halfback option for all fantasy teams. But it’s often said: ‘the game isn’t played on paper’. Buyers will expect an improved score from Reynolds’ 2017 offering.
A must have in any team and especially if he hits the lightning form we all know he can reach, plus with a consistent team behind him and a returning Greg Inglis, Reynolds points scoring abilities are in abundance.